But France, Germany, and Britain could have gone further.
They could be exported to Russia, or strike at the center of the continent.
Insects may be welcome on European plates, but not kosher meat.
European hypocrisy on animal rights and ritual slaughter comes straight from an ancient Christian heresy.
A reminder of lost virtues.
License to kill.
Buying Iranian and Venezuelan oil helps Moscow.
What the annual conference reveals about Europe’s democracies.
Why Brussels needs Jerusalem.
The ayatollahs have few qualms about murdering their enemies abroad.
“Terrorists take their place in the first row, we in Europe in the second.”
After harshly criticizing the Jewish state for decades, Europe seems to be tilting towards Israel and away from the Palestinians. Why?
A shift in right-wing populist rhetoric toward Jews and Israel has been taking place on the continent. Why? And how likely is it to endure?
Manfred Gerstenfeld, in memoriam.